Summary and Analysis of General Stanley McChrystal's "Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World"
- Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
- Length: 1 hr and 1 min
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 29-07-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Summary Station
The inspiration behind this book came from the fight against terrorist cells in the Middle East. The US military forces discovered that they had to adapt their war strategy in order to be effective against these terrorists. Their adaptations in strategy proved to be massively successful, and they can be applied to any organization - especially today's businesses and corporations. The reason this book is called Team of Teams is because the strategy outlined in the book provides a way to turn an organization that consists of many different teams into one highly functioning team while still maintaining different departments.
Four people are primarily responsible for contributing to this book. The first is Dave Silverman, who is a Naval Academy graduate and who later became a Navy SEAL. The second contributor is Chris Fussell, who is also a Navy SEAL. Tantum Collins was a student of leadership at Yale University when the author first met him. And the primary author of this book is Stanley McChrystal, a retired US Army general.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn:
How the terrorist outsmarted the US military
The reason why america needed to change strategy to defeat the terrorist organizations
Why the management style the military adapted must be implemented by any organization that wants to remain effective in a changing world
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Jeffery A. Davis on 07-02-18
It seem a chat bot was used to narrate. It is horrible! Monotone intonation and awkward pauses to insert words not normally a part of the Bot's vocabulary. I want my money and 5 minutes spent listening back!
By Jeff Ertl on 01-02-18
Narrated by a robot
What would have made Summary and Analysis of General Stanley McChrystal's "Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World" better?
A real human narrator
What was most disappointing about Summary Station’s story?
The choppy and unrealistic narrator
What didn’t you like about Trevor Clinger’s performance?
it might be his voice, but I cannot imagine that he actually talks like this.
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